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Elvis Hollywood Legends Museum
It's no wonder Elvis Presley is a legend. Not only did he sing "Heartbreak Hotel" and "All Shook Up"—he's still marrying people in Vegas more than three decades after his death. (Or at least, his droves of impersonators are.) At the Elvis Hollywoods Legends Museum, visitors meet the man behind that legend, through his movie props, tour costumes, and other items.
Size: hundreds of artifacts, from his shimmering tunics to one of his shiny red convertibles.
Eye Catcher: a can of Jif peanut butter. It's a memento of the time Elvis had his private plane stop over in Denver, so he could order a 1.5-foot peanut butter sandwich. They delivered it right to his plane!
Permanent Exhibit: the TCB ring, which Elvis designed himself and gave to J.D. Sumner onstage during a concert. It features a 7.58-karat diamond, lightning bolts, and Elvis's motto, TCB. (It stands for "taking care of business," which Elvis did by depositing a teddy bear at every bank he saw.)
Hidden gem: the quirky anecdotes tucked away in the audio commentary. They're from Ed Hill and Donnie Sumner, two guys who jammed with Elvis, spent extended stays at Graceland, and were two of his closest friends.
Don't Miss: the gift shop on your way out. It's stocked with an eclectic mix of Elvis Presley collectibles, perfect for the fan with an empty mantle.